Michael M.

Michael is a child of God, husband, teacher, business owner, anime lover and a life long gamer. When not conquering distant world's via console, he can be found reading, watching anime or Netflix, writing, or just enjoying life as a geek in the city of Miami. He aspires to travel to Japan and possibly...never leave.

Album Review: Ultraviolet EP by Owl City

By Michael M. / August 25, 2014 /

Adam Young (Owl City) has been making music since 2007 by that name.  He started out in his parent’s basement and uploading his music onto Myspace (remember that?  You don’t?  Aww…) and it became a hit!  Garnering millions of plays, he was eventually signed to Republic Records in 2008 (1).  Ocean Eyes was the title of…

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Artist Spotlight: Har Megiddo

By Michael M. / August 25, 2014 /

I recently had the privilege to interview via e-mail one of my favorite EDM artists, Har Megiddo.  His real name is Tommy Murfee, and is a real cool guy.  He’s doing his thing as a DJ/producer traveling to Europe, the states and other places to bring the gospel through banging beats and some heavy dubstep.…

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Review – Manga Messiah

By Michael M. / August 15, 2014 /

If you’ve never read the book of Matthew, or need a refresher, this is a great resource. The best manga of Jesus Christ done with excellence and professionalism.

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How to Pray With Power And Get Results

By Michael M. / August 10, 2014 /

As a Christian, one of the topics that I see other believers often struggle with is prayer.  Let me start this article by stating a few things. I’m not an “expert” in prayer, but I do pray regularly and I can share with you what I’ve learned, read, experienced and seen that works.  Also, the…

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My Experience At Video Games Live 2014

By Michael M. / August 9, 2014 /

If there’s a gaming event here in Miami, FL and I know about it, I will do my best to attend!  Throughout my life, I haven’t been to many because of financial reasons, lack of knowing of the event, or not having transportation to get there.  Either way, now that I’m older and I can…

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